Who said sororities don’t haze? Cause these seven chicks going wayyyyyy too hard. As someone who was hazed relatively brutally in college, I’ll tell you one thing: I never had to eat any garbage. Did I have to eat some nasty shit? Sure. But something straight out of the garbage? Hell no.
According to CBS, a noise complaint led to the arrest of seven University of Albany students for hazing. Local police said they arrived at an off-campus sorority house and found four young women being forced to eat mud and garbage. Which, by the way, is not only gross but a flat-out lazy hazing tactic. Everyone knows that the best kind of hazing is mental, and if you’re going to make ’em do something gross, you save it for Hell Week. Amateurs.
Sorority members were also accused of pouring “foul-smelling” liquids onto the pledges. One student, who didn’t want to be identified, said she dropped out of the pledging process early on because of the abuse. Can’t really say I blame her either, this sorority sounds gross as hell.
“They would say like ‘you’re worthless,’ or ‘you’re a stupid (expletive).’ Some of us got stepped on and they’re all wearing heels,” she said.
Seven women, ages 19 to 21 years old, were arrested.
“Hazing is not only dangerous, it’s against the law,” Albany Police Officer Steve Smith said.
A spokesperson for the University of Albany said the sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi, is not even recognized by the University. Alpha Omicron Pi does not have a recognized chapter at the University of Albany and has not since Nov. 2014. This is a local organization that is not recognized by the international organization nor the university.
So, there we have it, for the naive out there who think sororities don’t haze, here’s your proof.